Norton Children's Outpatient Center – Bowling Green

720 2nd Ave., Commonwealth Medical Plaza Suite 102,
Bowling Green, 42101



720 2nd Ave., Commonwealth Medical Plaza Suite 102,
Bowling Green, 42101


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Norton Children’s Outpatient Center – Bowling Green is located on the Commonwealth Regional Specialty Hospital campus in Commonwealth Medical Plaza, 720 Second Ave., between High and Park streets. Surface parking is available next to the medical plaza building.

The skilled and experienced pediatric specialists with Norton Children’s provide care designed “Just for Kids” to families in the Bowling Green area, helping you receive care close to home.

Pediatric Specialties in Bowling Green

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U.S. News & World Report Best Children’s Hospitals

Norton Children’s is ranked by U.S. News & World Report as the No. 1 children’s hospital in Kentucky, and we’re ranked nationally in three pediatric specialties.

The US News & World Report badge recognizing Norton Children's among the best children's hospitals for urology care

Offering 18 comprehensive and state-of-the-art urological tests, we are one of the only local practices with in-office ultrasound and advanced leading technology with video urodynamics and sedation capabilities.

Our pediatric specialists collaborate with your local pediatrician and other health care providers to provide seamless, comprehensive care. With multiple specialists located in the Bowling Green office, patients who need to see more than one provider can book several visits on the same day for added convenience.

Norton Children’s providers accept Medicaid and most major commercial insurance plans. You can message your child’s health care provider, refill prescriptions and get on a wait list if an earlier appointment becomes available through your free Norton MyChart account.

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